Niger SSG mourns Emir of Kagara, describes him as A promoter of peace,unity

The Secretary to the Government of Niger State (SSG), Ahmed Ibrahim Matane has expressed grief and sadness over the death of Malam Salihu Tanko, the Emir of Kagara in Rafi Local Government Area of the State.
Malam Salihu Tanko died today in Minna after a protracted illness.
Ahmed Ibrahim Matane described the late Emir of Kagara as a bridge-builder who reached across ethnic, cultural, and religious divides to promote peace and unity not only in his domain but the State as a whole.
According to the SSG, “the contributions of late Malam Salihu Tanko to the development of Kagara Emirate, the entire State and indeed Nigeria are unparalleled. His life on earth was very eventful and his achievements in all spheres of life left indelible marks on the people of his domain and Nigerians”.
“On behalf of the Government and people of Niger State, I want to express my sincere and heartfelt condolences to the Chairman, Niger State Council of Traditional Rulers, Alhaji Yahaya Abubakar, the Etsu Nupe, family of late Malam Salihu Tanko, and the people of Kagara Emirate”.
Ahmed Matane prayed that the Almighty Allah (SWT) would forgive the shortcomings of the departed, remember his good works, grant his soul eternal rest as well as give his family and the people of the Emirate the much-needed strength and comfort to bear the loss.
Meanwhile, the Secretary to the State Government has announced that the Janazah Prayer is scheduled to hold in Kagara, Headquarters of Rafi Local Government Council by 4:00 pm.

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